Consonant similarity judgments by normal and hearing-impaired listeners.

@article{Walden1980ConsonantSJ,
  title={Consonant similarity judgments by normal and hearing-impaired listeners.},
  author={Brian E. Walden and Allen A. Montgomery and Robert A. Prosek and Daniel M. Schwartz},
  journal={Journal of speech and hearing research},
  year={1980},
  volume={23 1},
  pages={162-84}
}
This investigation attempted to identify listener strategies or perceptual modes that might be adopted by hearing-impaired listeners when making similarity judgments among pairs of speech sounds. Further, an attempt was made to describe the relationship between similarity judgments and auditory confusions for such listeners. Subjects provided similarity ratings and recognition responses to consonant pairs. The resulting similarity judgments were organized into a variety of similarity matrices… CONTINUE READING

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